HMS Beagle at Tierra del Fuego, by Conrand Martens. From The Illustrated Origin of Species

Mathematical Models in Ecology and Evolution 2009

10 - 11 September 2009

University of Bristol


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MMEE 2009 had a Darwinian flavour, in honour of the bicentenary of Darwin's birth, and 150 years since the publication of The Origin of Species. While not a mathematician himself, Darwin's ideas find natural expression in the form of mathematical models, allowing further development and refinement of the theory. This two-day meeting will showcased the latest developments of formal models in evolution and ecology, and included keynote addresses on the mathematical modelling of Darwin's key theories and insights.

Special Issue of BES

The special issue of Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology produced from the meeting is now available online, and the print version will appear in March 2011. See the introduction to the special issue for links to all the papers: Marshall, J.A.R., McNamara, J.M. and Houston, A.I. (2010) The state of Darwinian theory

Keynote Speakers

Chairs

James Marshall, John McNamara, Alasdair Houston

Local Organising Committee

Konstantin Blyuss, Sean Collins, Innes Cuthill, Nigel Franks, Luca Giuggioli, Alasdair Houston, David Leslie, James Marshall, John McNamara, Robert Payne, Sean Rands


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